2nd Annual Bentley Bash in aid of St Giles Hospice and The British Heart Foundation

Following on the success story of last year’s event, our colleague Sarah Bentley and friends recently held their 2nd Annual Bentley Bash, some of our colleagues attended what again proved to be a huge success…please see full details below:

On Saturday June 25th, Chasetown FC, kindly donated the use of their marquee and facilities for the second annual Bentley Bash.

There was a disco, tombola, sweet stall, glitter tattoos, bouncy castle and a fantastic raffle with prizes that had kindly been donated by local businesses.

This year we donated to two charities, St Giles Hospice and The British Heart Foundation.
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Walk For Promise Dreams? We Promise You Won’t Go Thirsty!

Here’s news of our latest promise in aid of our favourite local charity, Promise Dreams.

It’s a sponsored walk called Walk for Promise Dreams and it’s scheduled for Sunday, October 16th – so it you want to join us, there’s plenty of time to get fit!

You’ll need to be on your mettle though… Our starting point is Himley Hall and from there, we walk to Wombourne. From the Penn Road, we’ll see lots of Wolverhampton landmarks, and rest assured: there are a few pubs along the way and there’s even a MacDonalds if you need to eat something!

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When we get to Wolverhampton, we walk towards Chapel Ash before we go past the Wolverhampton University Arts building, with its famous ‘fairy lights’. Next comes Stafford Road, with a wonderful view of Molineux. From there, it’s a gentle downhill stroll to Wolverhampton Racecourse. Continue reading “Walk For Promise Dreams? We Promise You Won’t Go Thirsty!”

What If We Put All Our Small Change In The Same Jar?

angeloAs many of our customers are aware, Coinadrink supports a charity called ‘Just Small Change.’ We have a simple formula: every time somebody buys a bottle of water from one of our bottled water coolers, we donate a percentage. So far we’ve raised £750.

It’s not much, is it? In fact, it’s just small change…

However, as anyone who’s ever collected coins in a jar will know, over time, that ‘small change’ can turn into a substantial sum of money and with that in mind, we thought you might be interested to find out how that money is being used. Continue reading “What If We Put All Our Small Change In The Same Jar?”

Our Survey Said:

Last November, we invited customers to complete a Customer Care Survey. Here’s what we discovered…

It’s always been our philosophy as a company to take a regular, critical look at ourselves and our business and there’s no better way to do this than to ask the people who know us best – our customers – exactly what they think of us.

So, every year, we distribute a Customer Care Survey and for every completed survey we donate £5 to charity. (Last year, through our association with Promise Dreams, we were able to ‘make a promise and deliver a dream’ to a determined young lady called Olivia. You can read Olivia’s moving story here. )promise_dreams

It’s great to be able to help out and the feedback we get from our customers via the survey is massively important to us.

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